Scholarships are a source of aid to pay for college. Scholarships can be based on need, academic or artistic merit, or both. Some are even based on factors such as ancestry, employment or home town.
The Chemeketa Foundation grants scholarships from $150-$1000 to students who are enrolled in art classes at Chemeketa. Two such scholarships are described below. Other art scholarships include The Clive Townley Scholarship, The Crouser Family Scholarship, and The McKay Angel Scholarship. Learn More...
The Gregory Wineland Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded by the parents of Gregory Wineland. Greg had hoped to be an architect and loved his art classes at Chemeketa. At the time of his death on October 8, 1998, Greg was 21 and a student at Chemeketa with one term left to complete his AA. This scholarship honors his memory and his appreciation for the arts. Learn More...
- Award Amount: $500
- Available Awards: 1 per year
- Specific Course of Study: Second-year student in a lower division transfer program in architecture or art
- Required Academic Standing: Minimum 2.5 GPA
- Enrollment Status: full time students (minimum 12 credits)
- Financial Constraints: preference to students with financial need
- Eligible Expenses: tuition and fees
The Art Program Scholarship
The Art Program Scholarship was created by The Art Program. Awardees can apply scholarships directly to supplies purchased at the bookstore or for tuition and fees for credit art classes. The scholarship is granted to continuing art students based on merit. These scholarships are made possible through the sale of student, alumni, faculty and staff artwork at the Holiday Art Sale. To donate to the Art Program Scholarship fund, please contact the Chemeketa Foundation at 503.365.4747.
- Award Amount: varies per academic year (contact The Art Program Chair for current scholarship amounts)
- Available Awards: varies
- Specific Course of Study: credit classes in The Art Program
- Enrollment Status: full or part-time students who have taken 6 credits in art in the previous year with intention to continue
- Financial Constraints: none
- Other Criteria: quality of artwork
- Additional Application Requirements: submit work to the Art Student Show
- Eligible Expenses: tuition and fees for credit art classes and/or art supplies from the bookstore
- Submit two pieces of your art work to the Art Student Show at the end of Spring term
- The Art Scholarship Committee (as determined by The Art Program).will choose winner(s) based on quality of their work and verification that the student meets enrollment status
- Awards will be announced during the opening reception
Other art scholarships are available through the Chemeketa Foundation. Learn More...